[Instiki] WEBrick instable at multiple text revisions
msm at uwnet.nl
Sat May 13 19:08:43 EDT 2006
John, and others,
After 32 iterations: I give up, this Ruby version is too strong for
me, how healthy its
The new package also reports "ruby 1.8.4 (2005-12-24) [i386-mswin32]",
so I have to be
more precise: "1.8.4-16 preview 3" was behaving badly, the just
release candidate 2" works fine, until now. A first impression of
course, but I'm rather
confident at this moment.
Quoting John Whitley <whitley at acm.org>:
> msm at uwnet.nl wrote:
>> Instiki takes frequent revisions of the same page by the same author
>> within a short time as multiple iterations of the same version, not as
>> separate versions. Nice feature. But after a few iterations, my
>> Instiki can't handle it anymore, and I'm getting error messages like
>> "private method `split' called for 113435111:Fixnum", "private method
>> `gsub!' called for 101855024:Fixnum", or "undefined method `+' for
>> nil:NilClass", after submitting the updated text.
> Ah, *that* I've seen before: it was due to a hand-built Ruby on Mac
> OS X with incorrect threading compile options. This caused Ruby's
> internal state to get completely screwed up for some (but not all)
> applications. A correctly built Ruby interpreter resolved those
> nnnn:Fixmnum problems and related bizarre issues entirely.
> If you're using a pure-Windows (i.e. not Cygwin) Ruby, you might want
> to check out the RubyInstaller (http://rubyinstaller.rubyforge.org/
> wiki/wiki.pl) page for a one-click Ruby installer package for
> Windows. See if the most recent package (1.8.4-17 release candidate
> 2, built on May 3, 2006) works any better for you.
>> I'm using Instiki 0.11.0 and Ruby 1.8.4 [2005-12-24] on Windows 2000
>> or XP.
> -- John
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